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Battle Come Down: A Riz Sabir Thriller by Charlie Flowers
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5.0 out of 5 stars No Time for Tears, 22 Jun 2014
From their first blunt encounter with members of a London gang which turns out to include key members of what may be a spreading global uprising, you know Riz and his "girl gang" the Blackeyes, aren't going to be taking any prisoners. With London's airports shut down and most public transportation slowed to a trickle, one of the greatest cities in the world has been put in a stranglehold. Still in the throes of early married life, Holly (Bang-Bang) may complain about an interrupted honeymoon, but hubby Riz and she are clearly more in their element taking on a vast network of terrorists whose main objective appears to be anarchy.

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The Fox Princess (The Rizwan Sabir Mysteries Book &hellip by Charlie Flowers
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The ability to interweave action/drama with humor is not something learned, you have to be born with it. In The Fox Princess, author Charlie Flowers shows us he is deft at it. Flowers' skill at softening scenes of shocking violence by keeping the reader laughing long enough at the last antics of his protagonists, makes it impossible not to read further, even for the squeamish. As readers of Flowers' previous novel, "Riz" can attest, there is no absolute "right" or "wrong" for Rizwan Sabir and his gang of al-Hur al-Ayn (The Maidens of Paradise) - a motley crew of female ops specialists who would definitely give our own Delta Force a run for its money. Riz(wan)is an ex-jihadi whose primary… Read more